The Tampa Museum of Art is a boldly designed riverfront museum housing six temporary exhibits and an extensive permanent collection of Greek and Roman antiquities and 20th-century sculpture. Housed in an exquisitely designed building, the Tampa Museum of Art is emblematic of the city’s efforts to revitalize the downtown riverfront.
The museum is very much a part of the community and offers an extensive program of events from art classes to Buddhist meditation. Every Friday from 4 pm – 10 pm, the Tampa Museum of Art hosts Art on the House featuring pay-as-you-will admission.
The facility overlooks Curtis Hixon Park, the towering minarets of the University of Tampa, and the Hillsborough River. The museum’s 66,000 square feet of gallery space displays an impressive permanent collection of 20th- and 21st-century sculpture as well as Greek and Roman antiquities.
The Tampa Museum of Art is situated in downtown Tampa, Florida. It displays present day and contemporary craftsmanship, and Greek, Roman, and Etruscan artifacts. The exhibition hall was established in 1979 and appeared an honor winning new working in 2010 only north of its unique site along Tampa’s Riverwalk on the banks of Hillsborough River.
Five additional galleries host traveling exhibits ranging from the classics to some of the most prominent artists working today. The building’s external walls are lit at night with colorful LED lights, which are best viewed from Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
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